“Where did the dentist go?” This is a French visual puzzle from the past century used to test IQ levels.

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Of course, it is a common phenomenon that both adults and children often fear going to the dentist. This fear is known as dental anxiety or dental phobia, and it can have a significant impact on oral health and overall well-being.

There are many reasons why people may fear or feel anxious about visiting the dentist. Children may be scared of the unfamiliar environment and noise in the dental office, as well as the prospect of being examined by a stranger. Adults may have had negative experiences in the past, or they may fear pain or discomfort during dental procedures.

Regardless of the reasons, dental anxiety can lead to serious oral health problems if left untreated. People who avoid visiting the dentist due to fear may miss out on important preventive measures, such as regular cleanings and check-ups. This can lead to the development of cavities, gum disease, and other dental problems, the treatment of which can be painful and expensive.

Fortunately, there are several ways to cope with dental fear and make dental visits more comfortable for both children and adults. For example, some dentists specialize in treating anxious patients and use methods such as sedation or relaxation techniques to help patients feel more comfortable during procedures. Others may offer distracting factors such as music or television to help patients feel more relaxed.

So, where did the dentist go? Where is the doctor in this picture who should be treating the patient?

We look forward to your answers in the comments. We believe you can solve the puzzle.